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    Re: Changing GRUB bootscreen

    Yup, just putting the file in /boot/grub and then running "grub-update" did the trick just fine. Thanks!

    That was very easy, it really is a shame Ubuntu doesn't come with a cool boot screen. I...
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    Changing GRUB bootscreen

    Trying to change the GRUB boot screen background, I found many how-tos that deal with editing the .conf file, but I heard about a way a while ago (for GRUB 2 only, I think) to change the splash...
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    Re: Dual Boot Problem

    Well, it was harrowing, but I am now smoothly running Xubuntu and Windows 7. As to how, it is a wretched tale which leaves in its wake tears and a small 1 GB partition full of nothing. Still,...
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    Re: Dual Boot Problem

    Yes, virtual machine testing confims that just reformatting the partitions works fine. And it still boots anything else that was on the hard drive besides what was formatted over. Will try soon on...
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    Re: Dual Boot Problem

    UPDATE:

    Yes, you are right about Fedora using LVM, but the Xubuntu live CD (12.10) already has lvm2 installed. HOWEVER, GParted will not let me delete the LVM partitions nor will the "Something...
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    Dual Boot Problem

    So here is my dilemma. I got a new laptop with Windows 7, and fairly easily set it up to dual-boot Windows and Fedora (Grub2 as bootloader). However, I am having much trouble getting Fedora to...
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    Re: Looking to get icons

    Wow, thanks for the helpful and quick responses!
    I had considered trying to copy the icons from an existing Fedora install, but wasn't sure exactly where that might be. Those other themes look like...
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    Looking to get icons

    Sorry for the probably-beginner question, but I was wondering if there's any way to get the Fedora XFCE Spin's icons into Xubuntu. Possibly a repository? I haven't been able to find any explanation...
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